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wildfire health impacts

How do wildfires impact your health?

The impacts of wildfires are more far-reaching than you may realize.

Climate change makes our temperatures more extreme, resulting in fatal heat waves and droughts: conditions favorable to wildfires. And, while some wildfires spark naturally, up to 90% of wildfires we're seeing today are caused by human activity, highlighting a need for human intervention in both climate change and safe outdoor practices.

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